Why You Should Try Kinesiology
Curious about kinesiology and wondering how it might help you? There are many different reasons to try kinesiology. Let’s explore a few, so you can decide if the modality is for you.
Kinesiology: a holistic approach to your health
When you get a headache, you might pop a pill – or try another quick fix to zap it fast. As a holistic therapy, kinesiology would look at the reasons why you get frequent headaches – addressing the entire body and mind rather than individual symptoms.
Your kinesiologist will take a thorough look at your history, health concerns, and address issues across the physical, mental, emotional, energetic and spiritual spectrum. They’ll then work to pinpoint any energy blockages and guide the body to heal itself. So if you’d like to get back into balance and feel healthier and more energised, kinesiology might be helpful.
Healing for all
Kinesiology is a very accessible therapy: anyone from any age group and background can benefit – and it’s reported to help heal a range of ailments and pain problems.
So whether you have trouble sleeping, struggle with anxiety, are fatigued, have allergies, or muscle or joint pain, a kinesiologist can work to get to the bottom of whatever ails you. They believe that each muscle group is linked to a particular body part. So by testing different muscles, the practitioner can find imbalances and bring the body back into balance.
As our kinesiology page states
, “Ultimately, Kinesiology relies upon the muscle feedback system that measures how the nervous system controls its muscle functions and the channels of the brain and body. In this way, it helps the body into a better position to heal itself or reach a specified goal by 'balancing" its energies. It is thought that all stress, imbalances and blockages in the nervous system can be detected by testing the tension in certain muscles.”
Ready to try it for yourself? You can find a kinesiologist
here on ntpages and make an appointment with an experienced practitioner.
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